Advancements in AI, simulation, secure edge computing platforms, and IoT sensors are ushering in a new era of intelligent, autonomous machines. Organizations worldwide are embracing robotics and intelligent machines to automate tasks and achieve fully autonomous production. However, the transition to AI at the edge requires meeting stringent requirements such as functional safety, long-term support, and network security. NVIDIA IGX Orin is an industrial-grade platform that addresses these challenges, providing a holistic solution for accelerated AI application development. In this blog post, we will explore the features, value propositions, and use cases of the NVIDIA IGX Orin platform.
We are excited to announce the launch of our PNY podcast! In this blog, we want to share our excitement and give you a behind-the-scenes look at our new podcast studio.
From expert interviews and in-depth discussions, get exclusive updates on PNY and NVIDIA’s latest breakthroughs. We aim to bring you fresh perspectives and unique insights to stay informed about the tech industry's most significant advancements. Our episodes will be structured to maintain a candid conversation between the host and industry experts keeping you engaged and having a great listening experience. All our podcast episodes will be uploaded to your favorite podcast platform, and if you prefer video, we will upload all the episodes on our PNY PRO YouTube Channel.
In collaboration with Engineering.com, we present a series of articles that showcase advancements in the engineering field. These articles cover the role of data centers, graphics in digital transformation, Ada Lovelace GPUs, and Virtual GPUs. Read below as we dive into these transformative technologies.
The Ultimate Accelerator for the Data Center
Graphics cards have become an increasingly important component of engineering workstations. They’ve evolved from specialized chips for visualization to versatile processors for everything from data science to artificial intelligence (plus they still render a mean image).
Topics: PNY, Graphics, Simulation, AI, Computer Aided Engineering, CAE Applications, IT Professionals, Manufacturing, Real-time ray tracing, Data Science Workstation, Advanced Graphics, engineering.com, GPU acceleration, Accelerated Data Science, NVIDIA RTX, NVIDIA Data Center GPUs, NVIDIA Virtual GPU (vGPU), PNY Blogs, NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada, NVIDIA L40, Ada Lovelace, Digital Transformation, Virtual GPUs
Founded in 1997, ClearCube is a USA-based manufacturer specializing in creating innovative secure endpoint devices, centralized computing, and desktop virtualization solutions.
ClearCube secure endpoint devices like zero clients, thin clients, KVM-based desktop consolidation, blade PCs, and VDI with HCI for centralization and virtualization initiatives have enjoyed widespread adoption. Over the last few years, as local and edge computing has grown, ClearCube has developed a set of mini PC and small enclosure workstation systems to deliver on their mantra of clearing the cube of the clutter.
Here at PNY, we are excited to share an insightful article from Serve the Home on NVIDIA ConnectX-7, a high-speed InfiniBand and Ethernet adapter.
This article covers everything you need to know about ConnectX-7, from its features to its performance, and how it can improve your networking infrastructure. If you're looking for an InfiniBand and/or Ethernet adapter that delivers the speed and performance you need to keep up with today's demanding workloads, this article is a must-read for you.
Here are some key takeaways you can expect from this article:
Topics: PNY, NVIDIA, PNYPRO, ServeTheHome, Networking, NVIDIA Networking solutions, NVIDIA Ethernet, NVIDIA InfiniBand, NVIDIA ConnectX, PNY Blogs, NVIDIA ConnectX-7, NVIDIA ConnectX-7 400GbE, NDR Infiniband Adapter
PNY, Puget Systems, and Vū are excited to see what our communities can create! By entering our latest contest before May 31, you have a chance to have your creative project displayed on Vū's LED volume and win an NVIDIA® RTX™ A5500 powered workstation.
It’s easy to enter:
- Visit: www.pny.com/thefutureisvirtual
- Download the Unreal Engine or Photoshop PSD folder containing the specifications file of Vū’s Las Vegas LED Volume
- Next, get creative, add your design to the file, then submit your work by uploading your image on Gleam
Together, we have partnered to offer an exciting giveaway that includes a mid-tower workstation from Puget Systems, optimized for running motion capture for virtual production with Unreal Engine, and equipped with an NVIDIA RTX A5500 GPU.
BONUS: Vū is contributing passes to four lucky winners to visit one of their four locations (Las Vegas, Nashville, Orlando and Tampa Bay), providing an exclusive opportunity to witness Vū's groundbreaking advancements in Virtual Production with LED Volumes.
Join us for a Virtual Event on the essential NVIDIA® Solution design structure best practices for military readiness. Discover the importance of pre-tested reference architectures and modular design for scalability and easy upgrades. Learn about the secure supply chain, specific deployment security, and post-deployment support requirements. Hear about our deep relationships with leading technology providers to ensure procurement success and early access to cutting-edge NVIDIA technology.
Find out how Silicon Mechanics supports unusual use cases, including those requiring CDI and ruggedized or edge use cases. We will also delve into design best practices for specific workloads, including CFD modeling, big data, AI training vs inference, and AI on the Edge. This Virtual Event is a must-attend for those seeking to improve their military readiness through informed design decisions.
Is data transfer in your enterprise network impacting the performance of your AI applications? If so, it might be time to consider upgrading to NVIDIA Magnum IO™. As companies are refining their data and becoming intelligence manufacturers. Data centers are becoming AI factories enabled by accelerated computing—which has sped-up computing by a million-x. However, accelerated computing requires accelerated IO.
NVIDIA Magnum IO is the architecture for parallel, intelligent data center IO. It maximizes storage, network, communications for multi-node, multi-GPU applications, which encompasses large language models, recommender systems, imaging, simulation, and scientific research.
Topics: PNY, PNYPRO, Architectural 3D, NVIDIA Data Center GPUs, NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise, NVIDIA Networking solutions, About NVIDIA Professional GPUs, NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada, NVIDIA L40, Omniverse DeepSearch